In this week’s Immigration Law for Tech Startups podcast, I’m chatting with Marc Pavlopoulos, the founder of Syndesus and Path to Canada.
Syndesus is a professional employer organization (PEO) that employs Canadians remotely in Canada for U.S. tech companies. They handle all the Canadian complexity including payroll, HR, health care, and making stock options work. It’s the easiest solution for a US company looking to hire talent. Path to Canada helps people, from anywhere in the world, qualify for immigration, get a job with a Canadian tech company that will sponsor the work visa, and establish life in a new country.
Today’s episode is relevant to motivated global professionals and startup founders who want to erase the artificial barrier of political borders covering our globe so that companies can succeed and talent can be in a place so you can focus on your job and be productive.
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In this episode, you’ll hear about:
- Why it’s a great option to build up a team in Canada
- How the two countries can work more fluidly in the perfect world
- The huge shortage of jobs in the Silicon Valley
- What is a PEO model?
- Getting permanent residence citizenship in Canada
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